Guide – How To Start – MongoDB 4.4.1 on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

MongoDB is designed to build high performance, high availability, and automatic scaling data stores. This allows the storage of heterogeneous data which requires flexibility, replication, and sharding on a frequent basis.

This is a quick deployment and ready-to-run image.
Simple and rapid installation. Easy to maintain.

Connection to MongoDB using Robo 3T 1.4 through the SSH tunnel

  1. Go to the download page of Robo 3T v.1.4.1 – Download
  2. Download the portable(.zip) or the installer (.exe)
  1. If the portable version was downloaded, unpack the archive “” and run the file robo3t.exe

    If you’ve downloaded the installer, run the file “robo3t-1.4.1-windows-x86_64-122dbd9.exe” and finish the installation process. After that open the Robo 3T app through the start menu.
  2. When you start the app, the window with the creation of the connection opens. If this did not happen, click “File” > “Connect…” in the upper right corner. 
  3. In the “Connections” window click on “Create”
  1. In the “Connection” tab in the “Name” field name the connection in any convenient way. The other fields leave with no changes
  2. Go to the “SSH” tab and tick the “Use SSH tunnel”
  1. In the “SSH Address” field enter the address of the virtual machine
  2. In the “SSH User Name” field type the username to connect to the VM
  3. In the “SSH Auth Method” field select the “Password”
  4. In the “User Password” field write the password which was used to connect to the virtual machine before. 
  5. Click “Save” to save the connection
  6. In the Connection window select the connection you just created and click the “Connect” button.

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